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Haiti - FLASH : Barbecue affirms that its men are ready to fight the Mission led by Kenya
18/05/2024 09:57:45

Haiti - FLASH : Barbecue affirms that its men are ready to fight the Mission led by Kenya
In an interview this week on NPR, a broadcasting and public service network in the USA, Jimmy Chérizier aka "Babecue", head of the "G9" coalition, and leader of the alliance of the two largest gang coalitions in Haiti "G9" and "G pèp" better known as "Viv Ansanm", suggested that the members of the alliance are ready to confront non-UN forces (but authorized by the UN hhttps://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40642-haiti-flash-the-security-council-approves-the-intervention-of-a-multinational-force-in-haiti.htmlc ), of the Multinational Mission to Support the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in its fight against gangs, led by Kenya, who are preparing to land in Haiti by the end of May https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-42337-haiti-flash-the-first-kenyan-contingent-regroups-for-departure.html

Jimmy Chérizier said the gangs are preparing for a long fight, expecting a lot of blood to be shed before international forces [of at least 3,000 men] https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-42293-haiti-flash-more-than-100-us-army-flights-expected-in-the-coming-days-in-port-au-prince.html ] does not tire and withdraws from Haiti. Asked about his chances of survival, "Barbecue", convinced of being a liberating revolutionary, declared "My life depends on God and my ancestors. If Jean-Jacques Dessalines had worried about his life, Haiti would not be free today."

However, it is good to remember that last week during a demonstration of force where a large number of heavily armed gang members marched in the streets of the capital against the arrival of the Multinational Mission. In the midst of these demonstrations, gang leaders put pressure on their members not to flee to the provinces before the arrival of international forces. Members visibly divided and who fear having to confront experienced soldiers and troops well-trained and poorly equipped elite police officers.

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